MOUNT VERNON – Mount Vernon Nazarene University Bowling has scheduled a Prospect Day for Saturday, Aug. 11, where those interested in being a part of the first year of the program will be afforded the opportunity to showcase their skills.

Both men’s and women’s bowling are set to begin as club sports in the fall of 2018 at MVNU, and the teams’ home lanes will be at nearby Colonial City Lanes, just 1.2 miles from campus.

Colonial City Lanes will also be the site of the Prospect Day on Aug. 11, as coordinated by Head Coach Ron Garlinger and his daughter, Assistant Coach Amber Brubaker. It will run from 9 a.m. until noon, and registration at the door will begin at 8 a.m. Registration is free, and an MVNU Admissions Counselor will be on site to help any potential new students in the process of applying to MVNU. 

Academic and bowling scholarships are still available, and even those who have never bowled before are encouraged to attend to show their willingness to learn. Student-athletes interested in bowling at MVNU can additionally fill out a recruit information form at http://www.mvnucougars.com/recruiting.php.
Some of these details will be posted permanently at http://www.mvnucougars.com/camps, and further questions regarding the MVNU Bowling Prospect Day can be directed to mvnu.bowling@gmail.com.

Mount Vernon Nazarene University is a private, four-year, intentionally Christian teaching university for traditional age students, graduate students and working adults. With a 327-acre main campus in Mount Vernon, Ohio, and several convenient Graduate and Professional Studies locations throughout the state, MVNU emphasizes academic excellence, spiritual growth and service to community and church. MVNU offers an affordable education to more than 2,200 students from 32 states and 19 countries/U.S. territories.

 

 

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